Player Details


Patrick Mullins


6' 1"


176 lbs

Date of Birth

2.5.1992 (30)


New Orleans, La.


2022 MLS Regular Season
2022 MLS Regular Season
Career Summary


Updated through June 29, 2019

2019 (Columbus): Patrick Mullins has made eight appearances (two starts as a striker) in 2019. He made his 2019 regular-season debut, starting in a road contest against the Philadelphia Union (March 23) and played 54 minutes. Mullins made a substitute appearance in the 83rd minute against D.C. United (April 20), coming into the match for Artur. He made a substitute appearance in the 82nd minute against the LA Galaxy (May 8), coming into the match for Gyasi Zardes. He made a substitute appearance during a road contest at Minnesota United FC (May 25). Mullins returned to that starting lineup during a home contest against Sporting Kansas City (June 23), playing 71 minutes. He made two appearances (two starts) during the 2019 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup against Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC (June 11) and Atlanta United (June 18).  

2018 (D.C. United/Columbus): Patrick Mullins made 20 regular-season appearances (four starts) in 2018, scoring one goal and providing two assists. He recorded 10 appearances (two starts) for D.C. United, registering one assist. Mullins was traded to Crew SC on July 11 and made his Black & Gold debut as a substitute in the 68th minute of a home match against Orlando City SC (July 21). The following week, Mullins made his first start for Crew SC, and he scored a goal and provided an assist in a road match against the New York Red Bulls (July 28). He made a substitute appearances in a home match against the Houston Dynamo (August 11), in a road match against Atlanta United FC (August 19) and in a road match against the Chicago Fire (August 23) and against FC Dallas (September 15). He returned to the starting lineup in a road match against the Portland Timbers (September 19). He made a substitute appearance in a road match against the Montreal Impact (October 6). He made substitute appearances in consecutive matches against the Montreal Impact (October 6), against Orlando City SC (October 21) and against Minnesota United FC (October 28). Mullins made thtrr appearances (one start at forward) in the Audi 2018 MLS Cup Playoffs. He made a substitute appearance in an Eastern Conference Knockout Round match against D.C. United (November 1), coming in for Harrison Afful. Mullins made his Crew SC playoff debut when he started in Leg 1 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals against the New York Red Bulls (November 4), before coming in as a substitute in Leg 2 (November 11). He made an appearance in a 2018 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Round of 16 home match against Orlando City SC (June 20) as a member of D.C. United.


2017 (D.C. United): Mullins made 20 regular-season appearances (12 starts) for D.C. United, recording five goals to earn joint possession of the club’s 2017 Golden Boot award. He made history on September 23 in a match against the San Jose Earthquakes, scoring four goals in 31 minutes to become the first player in MLS history to score four times in a half and the fastest player to score four goals in a single match. For his record-breaking performance, Mullins was named MLS Player of the Week and selected to the MLS Team of the Week for Week 29. In the offseason, Mullins trained with English Premier League club Swansea City A.F.C. in Wales. 

2016 (D.C. United): He made 14 regular-season appearances (12 starts) for D.C. United, scoring eight goals and providing two assists. Mullins scored his first professional hat trick in the 6-2 win against Chicago on August 27. Mullins earned MLS Team of the Week nominations for his performances against Portland (Aug 13.), Chicago (Aug 27.), Orlando (Sept. 24.) and New York City (Oct. 16) with his performance against Chicago earning him the MLS Player of the Week Award. Mullins’ equalizer against the New York Red Bulls on August 21 also earned him an AT&T Goal of the Week nomination. 

2016 (New York City): Mullins made seven regular-season appearances for New York City FC, providing one assist before being traded to D.C. United on July 16.

2015 (New York City): Mullins made his New York City FC debut on March 15 against the New England Revolution at Yankee Stadium. He made 24 regular-season appearances (11 starts), scoring six goals and providing four assists.

2014 (New England): Mullins was selected 11th overall in the 2014 MLS SuperDraft. In his rookie year, he made 21 regular-season appearances (14 starts) with the New England Revolution, registering four goals and one assist en route to helping the Revs reach the 2014 MLS Cup.

INTERNATIONAL: Mullins is a former member of the Under-18 and U-17 U.S. Men’s National Team .


Mullins was a two-time Hermann Trophy award winner as the nation’s top player (2012, '13) while at the University of Maryland. Two-time first-team All-America selection and Soccer America player of the year. Two-time first-team All-ACC performer and a two-time All-ACC Championship Most Valuable Player. Scored 47 goals and added 35 assists in 92 career matches at Maryland. Helped lead Terrapins to the NCAA College Cup in both 2012 (semifinalist) and 2013 (runner-up). Led the nation in scoring as a senior with NCAA Division I highs of 19 goals and 46 points.

Acquired by Crew SC on July 12, 2018 in a trade with D.C. United in exchange for $150,000 in Targeted Allocation Money. 

Name: Patrick Mullins
Position: Forward
Height: 6’1”
Weight: 176
Born: February 5, 1992 in New Orleans, Louisiana
Hometown: New Orleans, Louisiana
Citizenship: United States
Acquired: Acquired from D.C. United in exchange for $150,000 in Targeted Allocation Money on July 11, 2018
Previous Experience: D.C. United (2016-2018), New York City FC (2015-2016), New England Revolution (2014)

Mullins is the son of Walter and Leslie and he has an older brother named Andrew. He enjoys listening to different types of music Drake, Luke Bryan and Coldplay. Mullins' favorite show is The Office and often watches it before bed. He is also a fan of The Incredibles movie series. Mullins enjoys bowling in his free time and even used to have his own bowling ball. His favorite food are pork chops. Mullins enjoys reading Ryan Holiday books. He supported Premier League side Chelsea growing up, but looked up to several of Manchester United's 1998-1999 squad members including Dwight Yorke, Andy Cole, Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.